A film crew is roaming the streets filming a documentary that is being produced by Canadian TV critic John Haslett Cuff, of Ashya Productions. It will air early next year on the American Movie Classics channel and Canadian broadcaster CTV. It is about three young martial arts enthusiasts making a journey into Hong Kong's film and martial arts world to see if they have what it takes to make it as the next Jackie Chan or Jet Li. One of the characters is a 15-year-old kung fu student from Beijing who has never flushed a toilet or played a video game. His mission is to meet Jackie Chan, thus the working title of the one-hour documentary, Looking for Jackie Chan. The other two are Li Jing, a top female wushu warrior who studied at the same wushu school as Jet Li, and kung fu master Philip Ng. Both are in their 20s and had stunt roles in The Twins Effect. But with only a few more days left to film, it remains to be seen whether they will be successful in their hunt for Big Brother Jackie. If anyone has any tips on how to locate him, please do let us know. Time is of the essence.